There was an increase in the sales of some companies, some are in bad condition, know the sales figures of September
Vehicle manufacturers have once again released their sales figures today. Since Corona, the sale of vehicles is increasing continuously, and its effect is also being seen. Let us tell you, what was the condition of the auto companies this month:
Tata Motors reported a growth of over 20 percent in its passenger vehicle sales in September. The carmaker sold 25,730 units last month as compared to 21,199 units of Tata Motors in the same period last year. Tata Motors said it sold 1,078 electric vehicles last month, up from just 308 units of EVs it sold in September last year.
Mahindra & Mahindra
Talking about Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, in the auto segment, the company has total sales of 28,112 units in September. Which is 8.08% less than August. Mahindra & Mahindra's passenger car sales also fell 17.7% to 13,134 units in September as compared to August. Vijay Nakra, the CEO of, Automotive Division, said that the challenges around supply are creating difficulties for the auto industry globally.
Maruti Suzuki India Limited's overall sales fell in September due to a shortage of electronic components. Sales in September fell 34% month-on-month to 86,380 units, the company said in a statement. The company's exports fell 14.8% to 17,565 units. On the other hand, mini and compact vehicle segment sales declined by 60.17% to 89,953 units. Along with this, utility vehicle sales also fell 43 percent to 18,459 units.
Skoda Auto India announced a 131% increase in sales for September 2021 as compared to last year. Let us tell you, 3,027 cars were sold in September 2021 as compared to 1,312 cars sold in September 2020. While KUSHAQ has fueled the growth of the brand in India, SUPERB, OCTAVIA, and RAPID have also contributed to the growth in sales volume.
Hyundai Motor India, the country's second-largest carmaker by sales volume, has announced its sales figures for the last month. The South Korean manufacturer shipped a total of 45,791 units in September 2021, registering a sales decline of 23.6 percent as compared to 59,913 units sold during the same month last year.
Talking about domestic sales, Hyundai saw a decline of 34.2 percent in September 2021 from 33,087 units in September 2021. However, the export figures have increased from 9,600 units in September last year to 45,791 units last month, a growth of 32.3 percent on a year-on-year basis.